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[2.2.17] Unity Thursday

Happy Thursday Friends.

Time for some more THURSDAY fun with the Unity design team.  If you haven’t been hopping along, all the action starts on the Unity blog.  There’s always fun stuff going on.

We have LOTS and LOTS of brand new stamp sets releasing this week… AngieGirls and Phyllis Harris. They are all so amazing. I have 3 fun projects (with videos) to share today from the NEW ones releasing this week.

This dog stole my heart. I just want to hug him and cuddle all day. He needed a fun happy background, so I turned to my Distress Inks to do just that. Before I had all sorts of fancy tools, I would make due with what I had. Usually, I’d use a Tim Holtz Blending Tool for backgrounds like this, but you know what works just as well… baby wipes. Yep, good old baby wipes. I used my finger to blend each ink color onto watercolor paper using a baby wipe. It does a grand job. I added some water splatters, let it sit for a bit and then removed the water and some ink with the baby wipe. That creates the water drop effect. At the end, I splattered on some white ink spray and used my heat tool to make sure it dried completely before completing my card.

I colored the little puppy with Copic Markers, fussy cut him out and then popped up the sentiment and my furry little friend over the blended background.

Curious to see how I made this card. I have a quick video below. You can watch it here or at Youtube.

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Look at these two cutie pies thru that little heart shaped window. Just like a little picture. I colored the image with Copic markers and placed it inside the card. Then, I die cut a heart window out of the front of the card and the popped up striped panel. Lots of dimension in this little card. Last, I tied a tag to the front with the sweet smooches and hugs sentiment.

I have a quick video below on how I used my die cuts to create this card. You can watch it here or at Youtube.

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Last, we have this darling little girl with her ducky. Don’t you just want to go splash in the puddles with them. I sure do. I colored the image with Copics and popped it up after I created the cute scalloped borders underneath. Those scallops are super easy, just punch 1 inch circles and glue them down in a row. I love how they look and so fun with all the different patterns.

I have one more quick video below on how I made those sweet scallops. You can watch it here or at Youtube.

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51 Comments

  1. Cindy Cheney says:

    I will have to try the baby wipe technique! These are so pretty!

  2. Wilma says:

    love them all…but the dog is still my favourite!!!

  3. Suzy Gray says:

    Adorable cards

  4. Super, super sweet! The sheep dog is pulling at my heart strings.

  5. Shannon says:

    Your style is so cool! Love the mixed patterns and colors you lay down. The images really stand out.

  6. Nicole DeAbreu says:

    Love your stamps! I need to get that little dog! So cute!

  7. Kate Harrington says:

    love your work; the shaggy pup is my favorite!

  8. Sandy says:

    Enjoyed the tutorials! Thanks!

  9. Helen Bisesi says:

    Adorable cards!

  10. Janet Christensen says:

    The more I see this sheepdog, the more I like him.

  11. Echo Noble says:

    Great videos with awesome inspiration! Just loved all your cards!

  12. Emily says:

    Wow!!!! Love them all and everything about them All!!!!

  13. Love the technique videos

  14. Sue LD says:

    Oh my–these are all so cute!!

  15. Great inspiration! Beautiful cards! Thanks so much for sharing your videos and techniques!

  16. Judy Markowitz says:

    These are all fabulous! And your instructions are wonderful! Thank You for sharing!

  17. Lynda says:

    Seriously love your use of color on your cards! and the babywipe technique!

  18. Such great cards. Lovely videos, can’t wait to try out some of those ideas.

  19. Danielle Vincent says:

    Wow! All your cards are absolutely fantastic! Thanks so much!

  20. Judy B says:

    Great cards, each one a beauty in it’s own right. You did an awesome job sharing these new images with us. Thanks for the inspiration.

  21. Great post!!! Love your layouts and coloring skills!!

  22. Helen Mazengarb says:

    Beautiful cards and great inspiring videos, thank you for your wonderful effort.

  23. Aimee Phillips says:

    Adorable cards. The dog is still my favorite. Too cute. Love all you created.

  24. Anonymous says:

    So cute

  25. Jan Martin says:

    Love Love Love! Beautiful work and thank you for posting supply lists.

  26. Wow, I love all your cards!! Super adorable!

  27. Your cards always make me smile. ANOTHER GREAT UNITY RELEASE.

  28. Oh my I love all your cards. I just watched your video earlier this morning making the scalloped border with the circles.
    I love the baby wipe technique and never thought of that, baby wipes are a staple in my craft room, thanks for the inspiration

  29. Tasha Dawson says:

    Love the background technique on the puppy card!

  30. I absolutely love your cards! The videos are so helpful..you make it look easy! I will be trying that baby wipe technique very soon! And I have added several stamps to my growing wish list!

  31. Completely adorable and creative cards❤

  32. Cynthia says:

    Precious!! Love these new PH sets.

  33. the new release stamps are so fabulous!! Love that dog, too cute.
    and you all are so talented ,such great cards!!!

  34. Denise says:

    Beautifully done. Love the new stamps.

  35. BunnyD says:

    These are all so lovely! Thanks so much for the technique video. So much easier when you see things done.

  36. Becca Yahrling says:

    Lovely cards, Lisa. Love those scallops. Thanks for the
    tutorials.

  37. Michele S says:

    Wow! what amazing coloring

  38. Thank you Lisa, for sharing such great techniques. I will be sure to use them with my next cards!! The wet one technique is great to save fingers and the heart cut out is just fabulous, as well as the scallops on the bottom of the card! Such fun!

    Hugs,
    Carmen

  39. Lisa Burke says:

    Great scallop border technique. Your card layout fantastic. AND of course I love the stamps…smooches is my fav.

  40. Wonderfully done, Lisa. Your work is always so lovely. Angela shared your scallop border again yesterday….so simple. You put so much detail into your projects and posts. Love that you share you supplies. Have a great weekend!

  41. Dee Earnshaw says:

    Your cards are just too cute for words. Love the new images and will be buying them, soon. LOL

  42. Jennifer Mitten says:

    All of your cards are absolutely stunning! (As always:-))

  43. These are all so super cute Lisa! Your copic colouring is superb!

  44. Great cards! The dog just screams to be cuddled! Love your baby wipe technique, too! it is now on my list of things to try

  45. Deborah Kaye says:

    Your cards are precious. I like how you blended your inks out with the baby wipe onto the watercolor paper. I’ve only tried it onto regular cardstock. I will try watercolor paper tonight!

  46. Sharon F says:

    OMGosh! Soooo darned cute! I will have to come back to watch your videos!!!! I love Unity Stamps too. I stopped by on their blog hop! I love your blog and creations!

  47. Avra Williams says:

    I LOVE your heart window technique AND your scallops!

  48. Brianna Jackson says:

    I adore the cards you made and love love love your video tutorials. Sheepishly Sweet is one of my new favorite stamps and I realllly like the splash of background color with the pup in black and white. Thank you for sharing!

  49. D Hill says:

    I absolutely love your cards! Thank you for sharing with us!

  50. Gorgeous cards. Love the brights and that scallop detail. Hugz

  51. These are all so super sweet Lisa!

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